Montréal won their first three meetings with Inter Miami before being beaten in Fort Lauderdale 12 months ago.
Will Club de Foot Montréal continue to fly-high in the Eastern Conference?
On Wednesday night, the Canadian club pulled off a quite remarkable turnaround against Columbus Crew.
Trailing 1-0 going into the final two minutes, Kei Kamara snatched an equaliser at Lower.com Field.
They weren’t done there though with Joel Waterman winning it for Montréal in the fourth minute of added on time.
This is the first time ever the Canadian club have been losing in the 87th minute or later and still managed to win.
That means Wilfried Nancy’s team have now taken ten points from the last 12 available, so sit third in the east.
Inter Miami meantime are hoping to push for the play-offs in the final 11 matches of the regular season.
They too were victorious on Wednesday night, with Jean Mota’s goal enough to down San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 at PayPal Park.
All nine of the Herons MLS away wins have been by a single goal margin, five of which, including both this season, having ended 1-0.
So, Phil Neville’s team have taken seven points from their last four games, only losing to NYCFC in this period.
This leaves Inter Miami eighth, below the play-off places on goal difference, looking to join the post-season party for the very first time.
Here, Montréal should be too strong at Stade Saputo.